One afternoon last July,  Timothy Smith, 24, and his fiancée returned to their new home in Gresham, Oregon, to find things not quite right.

They noted items out of place, others that didn’t belong to them, a mirror ripped out of a bathroom and holes kicked in bedroom walls. Then they found a cat (wearing a green cashmere shirt belonging to Smith’s chihuahua) hiding in a crawl space, The Oregonian reported.

The distraught homeowners called police. Fifteen minutes later, officers emerged from the house with Mr. Ryan Bishop, 38, wearing the woman’s Christmas onesie. Smith told reporters the man had broken into the home and settled right in, eating a cupcake, making coffee, smoking Smith’s weed, playing video games and collecting a clean, comfy, warm onesie out of the dryer. 

Bishop was charged with first-degree burglary, first-degree criminal mischief and third-degree theft. Smith is seeking a home for the cat. His fiancée declined the return of her onesie.